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BroadQ, a software company developing solutions for communicating digital content, debuted its Qcast Tuner software, a content delivery solution that allows users to turn a Sony PlayStation 2 console into a digital media center.

The QCast Tuner software features an easy-to-use, advanced media management interface allowing users to create and manage integrated music and video play lists on their television using a compatible infrared DVD remote control or game pad. The current version supports MP3, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4/DivX digital media formats.

Users will need to purchase a PS2-compatible network card to enable network distribution of digital content, such as the Sony PS2 Ethernet adapter card (available in August). QCast Tuner is optimized for media delivery over wireless 802.11a or 802.11b (WiFi) WLANs using Ethernet-to-wireless adapters.

BroadQ is currently accepting online orders for the QCast Tuner software and expects to begin shipping the Preview Edition of the product at the end of August. All orders for the Preview Edition will also receive an upgraded version of the software free of charge. The QCast Tuner software is available for $49.95 and includes a limited time offer of free shipping and handling on orders placed before August 25th, or while inventories last.

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The XBox is already doing some of this, and an add-on to further enhance the XBox should be out by spring, IIRC.

In the meantime...nothing against the PS2, but such an add-on is useless IMO, seeing as the PS2 does not have a hard drive, like the XBox. :shrug:

--BearsFan
 
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